volume 13, issue S336, P405-410 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317010778
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Alison B. Peck, C. M. Violette Impellizzeri

Abstract: AbstractMasers have been well-known phenomena for decades, but water masers at 183, 321, 325 and 658 GHz have only been detected since the 1990s. Early detections came from single-dish telescopes with follow-up observations from the PdBI and the Submillimeter Array. Detecting them at these short wavelengths has been very difficult due to water in our atmosphere, meaning that even in very good weather, one can only detect very bright masers, such as those in stellar atmospheres. In the last 7 years, a new windo…

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